Location: Planet Utopia. Once a galactic billionaire resort, it turns into a living hell possessed by lifeless dalogas, demons, and war robots. Tireless war is being waged here.<p>Warface: Global Operations is a mobile spinoff to the popular free-to-play PC and Console FPS, Warface. It's been redesigned specifically for touchscreens with easy-to-learn controls and optimised graphics, delivering an experience that may rival the best FPS offerings currently on mobile.</p><p>I've played a bit of Warface on PS4, and it's alright; a perfectly serviceable FPS with years of additional content and gameplay tweaks behind it. Its mobile version will likely be much the same, though whether that'll be enough to draw folks away from COD: Mobile is another matter entirely.</p>
CaptainTsubasa<p>Flyhunter Origins leaps like a hunter with a net onto iOS tonight. We presume that it will also make an appearance on Android tomorrow too, but we don't know at this point.</p><p>It's an action platformer that we took a hands-on look at when at Gamescom last year.</p><p>It excels in its animation due to being made by people who have worked, or still do work, at Pixar. At the time, the rest of the game's design needed to do some catching up.</p><p>It follows space janitor Zak after he accidentally jettisons a cargo of expensive insects back to Earth.</p><p>With the Flyhunters that caught them deep in cryo sleep, it's up to Zak and you to get the insects back whence they came.</p>School of Dragons Mod APK id design in ultra high definition 3dimenshional graphics. The realistic simulation of the environment, locations, and characters is incredible, and the farm, where you held your training school for dragons, is an ultimate hit scene. The beauty is impeccable on this farm, covering ponds, mountains, animals, crops, etc. The stunning looks with a smooth user interface is a treat for your device.
<p>A couple of years ago a game called Avolteha made its debut on the toucharcade forums, spending roughly five days talking about their project before disappearing into a very sudden silence. In the early hours of this morning however the developers popped a gloriously ominous message on their old post stating: "We are back."</p><p>Avolteha is a graphically dynamic point-and-click adventure/puzzler which takes place on a nameless alien planet featuring an ensemble of odd-looking, alien creatures. After many years our protagonist, Paul, receives a letter saying that the contraption he made to collect vital water from the tall mushrooms/clouds is bone dry. It's up to him to solve the mystery and save the day.</p><p>It may have been a couple of years but Picopeople has certainly been busy. Though it looks a bit like a strange, late-afternoon show on CBBC, the attention to detail in this game is truly wonderful. Without any kind of language to work around, all communications are made using animated speech bubbles, suggesting what needs to be done rather than telling us outright.</p><p>Where Avolteha is in a bit of trouble is that even with a two-year break, the game isn't set out for release next year. Instead it's advertised as coming exclusively to iOS in 2018, so that's quite a long time to keep people interested in a single product.</p><p>Check out more of the game on its forum page here, or take a look at it on Facebook.</p>
<p>Hit ‘Ability Fling’ battle game Bungo Stray Dogs: Tales of the Lost has now launched what might well be its biggest update yet. Included in that content drop is an exciting new event for players to tackle called ‘Treasure Beneath the Moonlight’.During the event, you’ll work your way through time-limited stages to earn Event Points and Event Items, which can then be used to unlock the special Event Reward Characters ‘SR Edogawa Ranpo’, a thief, and ‘SR Tachihara Michizou’, a police detective.</p><p> Treasure Beneath the Moonlight will run until September 8th, so make sure to get involved quickly and reap all the rewards that it has to offer. Oh, and best not forget about the celebratory login bonuses which you can start collecting from August 24th. These will include Ability Stones and Limited-Edition Tickets, with a total of 100 Ability Stones and 4 Tickets available over the full two weeks.If you’re looking to nab yourself some extra Ability Stones, now would be the perfect time to do so. Until September 8th, Ability Stones attached to each item in the shop will be increased. All items can only be purchased once per player, and all extra Ability Stones will be flagged up as ‘Free Stones’.</p><p> </p><p> </p><p>For those new to the series, Bungo Stray Dogs is a supernatural manga and anime which follows the tale of Atsushi Nakajima, a worker at the Armed Detective Agency. The show and the manga it’s based on are especially popular in their native Japan, where the recent film adaptation ‘Bungo Stray Dogs: DEAD APPLE’ went on to do exceedingly well in theatres. Much like Tales of the Lost, they’re mostly popular for their eclectic cast of characters, explosive battles, and intriguing storytelling.</p><p>If you’re a fan of the anime or manga and haven’t yet tried it out, you’ll find Bungo Stray Dogs: Tales of the Lost available now for download over on both the App Store and Google Play.</p><p> </p>
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